A Catered St. Patrick's Day

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Kensington Books, 2012 - Fiction - 323 pages
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To most of the people of Longely, New York, St. Paddy's Day means good food, great music, and plenty of Guinness. But when the lifeless body of Mike Sweeney floats to the top of a vat of green beer, it looks like the luck o' the Irish has just run out. Unfortunately for the Simmons sisters, Bernie and Libby, the number one suspect is related to one of their very best catering customers, the pampered and powerful Bree Nottingham. When Bree visits A Little Taste of Heaven to beseech them to clear her nephew's name, they just can't say no.
But the more information Bernie and Libby stir up, the more Duncan Nottingham looks like a killer. For Bernie and Libby, the situation is deadly and in danger of boiling over. And they can't count on good old Saint Pat to drive out the snake in their midst. . .they'll have to do it themselves, before a murderer strikes again.
"Fans of culinary cozies by Joanne Fluke and Diane Mott Davidson will enjoy discovering Crawford."--"Library Journal"
Includes Original Recipes for You to Try
"Cozy fans will appreciate the zany characters, witty dialogue, and puzzling plot." --"Publishers Weekly"

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Review: A Catered St. Patrick's Day (A Mystery with Recipes #8)

User Review  - Sharon - Goodreads

This is a basic cozy and follows the usual cozy recipe. The thing that bothers me most about this series is that it needs a good editor. In this book the reader is told that the father and the ... Read full review

Review: A Catered St. Patrick's Day (A Mystery with Recipes #8)

User Review  - Chi Dubinski - Goodreads

The Simmons sisters, Bernie and Libby, own A Little Taste of Heaven bakery and café. They also team up with their dad, Sean—a retired chief of police—to investigate crimes. Mike Sweeny is discovered ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Isis Crawford was born in Egypt to parents who were in the diplomatic corps. When she was five, her family returned to the States. Isis has combined her parents' love of food and travel by running a catering service as well as penning numerous travel articles. Married, with twin boys, she lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.

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